Kyle Conlon is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Stephen F. Austin State University.
He received his bachelor's degree from York College of Pennsylvania, his master's degree in clinical psychology from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and his Ph.D. in social psychology from Florida State University.
Kyle conducts research on power, mating, and social affiliation. His research has been featured in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, European Journal of Social Psychology, and Journal of General Psychology. In addition to his research, Kyle has taught over 3,500 students across a variety of undergraduate and graduate psychology courses. He is the recipient of several teaching awards, including the Best Practices Scholarship from the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.
In his spare time, Kyle loves to travel, support FSU athletics, and spend time with his family.